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Westworld Promotes Louis Herthum

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These violent delights have rather lucrative ends: Westworld has upped Louis Herthum to a series regular ahead of Season 2, our sister site Deadline reports.

The actor appeared in six episodes of the HBO sci-fi drama’s first season, playing host Peter Abernathy, father of Evan Rachel Wood’s Dolores.

RelatedWestworld Creators: Season 2 Will Shine Light On Guest Experience — ‘Before the Mayhem Starts’

Herthum recently was cast as Pat Halstead, father of Chicago Med‘s Dr. Will Halstead (and Chicago P.D.‘s Det. Jay Halstead) on the NBC medical drama. His episode will air on Thursday, April 13 (9/8c).

His other TV credits include True Blood, »

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Abby Lee Miller Quits Dance Moms

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In what should only come as a mild shock to anyone who’s been following Abby Lee Miller‘s recent legal battles, the star of Lifetime’s Dance Moms has formally announced her departure from the long-running reality series.

RelatedDumpster Dive: Dance Moms Will Leave You Neck-Deep in Horror

“I will no longer take part in Dance Moms,” Miller wrote late Sunday night on Instagram. “For the past six years/seven seasons, I have asked, begged and even demanded creative credit for all the ideas, award-winning routines, themes and costuming to no avail … I just have a problem with being manipulated, »

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True Detective Eyes Season 3 Renewal With Help From Deadwood Creator

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HBO is reportedly reopening what many believed to be a cold case: True Detective.

RelatedMay Sweeps Scorecard 2017: Deaths, Breakups, Weddings, Firings, Sex, Resurrections, Time Jumps and More!

Not only has series creator Nic Pizzolatto written several episodes of a possible third season, but according to EW.com, he’s been working alongside David Milch (Deadwood, NYPD Blue).

To keep all of this in perspective, though, a third season has not officially been ordered by HBO. Additionally, a showrunner for said season has not been named.

RelatedTrue Detective Backlash: HBO Boss ‘Enormously Proud’ of Season 2

While the first season »

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Bones Series Finale: Watch the First 2 Minutes of the Last Episode Ever

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Bones Ep Michael Peterson urged fans to “have faith” in the wake of last week’s explosive penultimate episode, which ended with Brennan’s lab being blown to bits while she, Booth, Angela and Hodgins were all trapped inside. Well, TVLine has obtained the first two minutes (well, technically 90 seconds) of Tuesday’s series finale (9/8c on Fox) and we can safely say he wasn’t misleading us. 

The clip confirms that three out of the four aforementioned individuals survive the bombing, and we’re going to venture out on a limb and assume the fourth one will also turn »

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TVLine Items: Sarah Silverman Talk Show, Difficult People Return and More

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Is Sarah Silverman the next Samantha Bee or John Oliver?

Hulu has given a 10-episode order to I Love You, America, a half-hour show in which the comedienne discusses the country’s current political/emotional landscape and seeks to connect with people who hold opinions that differ from her own.

RelatedStephen King, J.J. AbramsCastle Rock Lands 10-Episode Series Order at Hulu

The weekly program — produced by Funny or Die — marks Hulu’s first foray into the talk show/variety genre.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* Difficult People Season 3 will premiere Tuesday, Aug. 8, on Hulu. »

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Arrow: Katie Cassidy to Return as Series Regular for Season 6, Playing [Spoiler]

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Arrow has targeted original cast member Katie Cassidy for another encore — but this time as a series regular, for Season 6.

Cassidy will in fact return to the CW series in the final two episodes of this season, playing dearly departed Laurel Lance’s Earth-Two doppelgänger, the metahuman Black Siren, then continue in the same role starting this fall.

PhotosArrow‘s Felicity Suits Up for Legends of Tomorrow

In announcing Cassidy’s new deal, Arrow co-showrunner Marc Guggenheim said in a statement, “One of the things that most excites us about Arrow is that we go where the story takes us. »

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May Sweeps Scorecard 2017: Deaths, Breakups, Weddings, Firings, Sex, Resurrections, Time Jumps and More!

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A lot of people consider it spring as soon as the snow starts to melt and a flower or two blooms. But — and we hardly need to tell you this! — we TV fanatics are a breed apart. To us, it isn’t spring until TVLine has dropped its annual May Sweeps Scorecard. And guess what — today’s the day!

As always, the spoilergasm is overflowing with teasers about who’s getting knocked off, knocked up or just knocked down a peg or two before the end of Sweeps (and, not coincidentally, so many series’ season finales). When you see a [Spoiler] tag, »

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Big Little Lies Finale Preview: What Clues Does It Offer About Whodunit?

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Warning: This post contains speculation about Sunday’s Big Little Lies finale. If you’ve read the book, please do not spoil anything in the comments.

We’re down to just one episode left in HBO’s fascinating miniseries Big Little Lies, with lots and lots of lingering questions still left unanswered: Who died? Who killed them? Who’s Ziggy’s father? Who’s hurting Amabella?

For all you Bll obsessives out there, HBO has released a nearly minute-long preview for Sunday’s finale — which you can watch above — and we thought we’d comb through it for clues about the big reveals to come. »

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NCIS and 24 Others Get Finale Dates at CBS — Which Might Be Series Finales?

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CBS has announced season finale dates for NCIS, The Big Bang Theory, Survivor, Bull and 21 other series — a few of which might be unceremoniously marking their series finale, depending on how things shake out over the next seven weeks.

RelatedCBS Renews 16 Series, Including Bull, Hawaii Five-0 and MacGyver

Series that have already wrapped their seasons and still await word on renewal (or not) include The Odd Couple, Code BlackPure Genius and Hunted, while Doubt famously was pulled from CBS’ schedule after two airings. The 29th running of The Amazing Race starts this Thursday, March 30 (at 10/9c), Training Day moves »

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Grey's Anatomy: Matthew Morrison Checks In as... Jo's Husband?!

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Grey’s Anatomy‘s Jo will not be full of glee when she catches wind of this piece of news: Matthew Morrison is joining the ABC drama, and the buzz is that he’s playing her scary-ass husband.

RelatedGrey’s Anatomy Exclusive: [Spoiler] Poised to Exit

ABC has yet to officially confirm the Glee vet’s casting, but photos surfaced Friday on social media showing Morrison shooting a scene with Grey’s regular Justin Chambers (whose Alex is intimately involved with Jo) on location in Los Angeles. That same day Morrison revealed via Instagram that he is playing a character named “Dr. »

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The Underground Railroad Series, From Moonlight Director, Greenlit at Amazon

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The Underground Railroad is full steam ahead at Amazon.

The streaming video site has ordered a one-hour limited drama based on Colson Whitehead’s novel, TVLine has learned. The project will be written and directed by Barry Jenkins, who co-wrote and directed the Oscar-winning film Moonlight.

The Underground Railroad is a National Book Award-winning work that follows Cora, a young slave who tries to escape her Georgia plantation in the pre-Civil War South. When she reaches the Underground Railroad, she finds an actual subterranean rail system (tracks, tunnels, »

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Ratings: March Madness Boosts CBS' Sunday Slate; Once Ticks Up

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Boosted by Ncaa men’s basketball tournament action — which teed up 60 Minutes‘ best numbers since Nov. 27 (14.9 mil/2.7) — CBS’ scripted Sunday slate saw sizable bounces.

Pending adjustments, NCIS: Los Angeles drew 11.3 million total viewers and a 1.6 rating, marking a 5-episode high in audience and its best demo number since Nov. 13. Madam Secretary (8.5 mil/1.1) and on-the-bubble Elementary (5.6 mil/0.8) also enjoyed bigger audiences while hitting their best ratings since Dec. 18.

RelatedCBS Renews 16 Series, Including Bull, Five-0 — What’s Missing?


ABC | Bubble drama Once Upon a Time (2.95 mil/0.9) ticked up from last week’s series lows. Time After Time (1.93 mil/0.4) stabilized, while American Crime (1.6 mil/0.3) continued to slide. »

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Feud Recap: Female Trouble

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In Sunday’s Feud: Bette and Joan, the stars of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? braced for failure. But, as you well know, the movie was anything but a flop. How did Davis and Crawford, as accustomed as they were to being counted out, handle the success? Read on…

Related2017 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?

‘I Couldn’T Have Done It Without You’ | As “More, or Less” began, Bette and Joan were learning just how little the pre-release buzz on Baby Jane was doing for their careers. After Bette »

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The Walking Dead Recap: Life Swap

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You know how it is. In a zombie wasteland, allegiances can shift faster than a corpse can turn. So it probably won’t come as a huge shock that, in Sunday’s penultimate Season 7 episode of The Walking Dead, a couple of major characters appeared to be switching teams. Who really was turning their back on their community, and who was just faking? Read on…

RelatedThe Walking Dead @ PaleyFest: The Stars Tease the Finale — And ‘Beyond’

‘If I Want Greenery, I Eat A Salad’ | Let’s start our recap at the Hilltop, why don’t we? After observing Maggie’s leadership skills in action, »

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Homeland Recap: A Deal With the Devil

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Need to catch up? Check out the previous Homeland recap here.

Carrie admitted defeat to Dar Adal this week on Homeland to get a chance to see her daughter Franny. But look out, Dar: Your evil empire has some cracks in the foundation.

Carrie’s excited for her supervised visit with Franny, but first, she has to meet with Keane’s Doj nominee and testify against Dar (and Saul) in the whole Berlin mess. When the driver drops her off to testify, though, he makes an ominous reference to her visit with Franny. Carrie quickly calls the child-services worker Christine, »

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Once Upon a Time Recap: Regina's Change of Heart, Hook Sunk by Secret

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This week on ABC’s Once Upon a Time, Regina and the Evil Queen had a duel to the “death,” while Hook embarked on a most unexpected voyage.

RelatedOnce Upon a Time on the Bubble and Eyeing a ‘Reset’: Should ABC Keep or Cut?

Upon making the acquaintance of the Wish Realm’s Robin, the Truly Evil Queen scoffed at his idea to get a new start in New York. Rather, she offers him return passage to the Wish Realm, in trade for his help in digging up the Spear Shears of Destiny, with which she plans to sever »

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